Once again we have the honour of being heavily involved in Frieze Sculpture Park as complete art logistics providers, working with some of the world’s leading galleries to transport, install and pack a number of works belonging to the full contingent of 25 contemporary and modern sculptures. Two years after the decision was taken to extend the period for which the works will be on show in the park, the works will be installed at the beginning of July and remain until the end of the fair in October. Claire Lilley remains as curator of the park and, new for 2018, also lends her esteemed knowledge and voice to a new app and audio tour available throughout the park.
After being involved with the fair for numerous years we have decided to lend our ongoing support to the Sculpture park in 2018. We would like to provide young galleries and emerging artists the opportunity to be involved in the Park by funding the installation and de-installation of two works. This year we shall be supporting Hannah Barry Gallery and Copperfield Gallery with the installation of by enabling the participation of young galleries and emerging artists by way of TREADPADS (2018) by James Capper and PAN AFRICAN FLAGS FOR THE RELIC TRAVELLERS’ ALLIANCE (2018) by Larry Achiampong, respectively. We hope to continue this over the forthcoming years and continue to make Mtec synonymous with the exhibition of groundbreaking contemporary sculpture in the UK.
You can read more about this year’s sculptures and the new app and audio tour created by Artimbarc at the Frieze website.